When you're a PCV, you get used to things breaking and you being the one to fix it/find a way around it. Such as using a broom dust pan to put your outdoor thermometer outside on the window ledge from the tiny high-up window in your apartment, or tumpins to catch the rain that should be falling outside.
In my last post I mentioned using my old water filter candle as a practice amputation stump:
|You really don't want to see what's under there- it's pretty gross.|
Answer: A piece of hula hoop (left over from camp), cut at one end, duct taped to the facet.